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Tokyo Onigiri Labo have joined with The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie -The Girl Who Summons the Stars- and produced the special Saikyou no Onigiri (the strongest rice ball) in their Akihabara and Harajuku stores in Tokyo. Those who purchase one of the collaboration onigiri will get an original poster and an illustration card. For every onigiri you purchase you will receive one illustration card. If you show your movie ticket stub when purchasing onigiri worth more than 500 yen, you also get the original collaboration B2-sized announcement poster.
The movie will arrive at Japanese cinemas on 17 June 2017.
‘Saikyou ni Suppai Umeboshi Onigiri 250 yen
The salt content of a regular umeboshi (plum) is between 5-10%. This onigiri uses the Kishu Minami Ume with 17% salt. It is a super-sour onigiri!
Saikyou ni Karai Karashi Takana Onigiri 250 yen
This onigiri uses Mentaiko and Karashi Takana to make it really spicy! The Pickled Takana Mustard with Chili from Fukuoka is so spicy, only those who really love spicy food can handle it. Dare to challenge it?
Saikyou ni Hara ni Tamaru Niwatori Tamago Onigiri 250 yen
Chicken flavored with soy sauce and gobo rice. In the middle is a half-boiled egg, which will fill your belly!
Saba Saikyo Yaki Onigiri 250 yen
If you hear ‘saikyou’, you might think about ‘saikyo yaki’ (Miso marinated grilled fish). For saikyo yaki one uses only the most delicious part, the fattest part of a mackerel. Experience the best saikyo yaki onigiri of your life!
Saikyou no Sake Ao Togarashi Onigiri 250 yen
Red salmon topped with very spicy chili pepper. This onigiri uses the classic ‘salmon’ to give you the strongest power up!
Original Collaboration Illustration Card
Original Collaboration Announcement Poster in B2
The movie will start screening in Japanese cinemas on 17 June 2017.
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